Sr. Micheline Curtis
Sr. Micheline Curtis was born in Iowa City, Iowa, and entered the Congregation of the Humility of Mary in 1957. Her first vows were pronounced in 1960.
Sr. Micheline earned an associate’s degree from Ottumwa Heights College and a bachelor’s degree in English at Marycrest College. She later received a certificate in Family Intervention/Chemical Dependency from the Johnson Institute in St. Paul, Minnesota. Sr. Micheline’s ministry of teaching in Iowa led her to St. Mary in Ottumwa, St. Albert High School in Council Bluffs and Regina High School in Iowa City. She taught in Illinois at St. Pius in Rock Island and Montini High School in Lombard. Sr. Micheline also taught at Bourgade High School in Phoenix, Arizona, and served as an intervention counselor at Hinsdale Hospital in Hinsdale, Illinois. She served as the archival assistant for the Congregation of the Humility of Mary until retiring to Bishop Drumm Retirement Center in Johnston, Iowa, where she is active in a ministry of prayer and witness.
Sr. Micheline is pictured here 5th from left.